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Mr Redwood PE

Add my 5k onto the PE 🏃🏻‍♂️😴😅🙌🏻 https://t.co/ZckyLUAi8U

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Ms F Clarke

Current affairs linking to the Business curriculum, great recommendation ! https://t.co/5pfngFDsEc

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Ms Horner

ALL subjects promote reading. Just some do it more explicitly. Our challenge is to make it explicit across the curriculum. We got this!! 💪 upcoming CPD on direct vocabulary instruction and reciprocal reader will be gamechangers for us!

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MrFitten

Yes go Team Maths above PE but still some work to do to beat the other core subjects!

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Ms F Clarke

This is brilliant, even subjects where reading isn’t associated are promoting its importance! https://t.co/qrmVhrFyqZ

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ESJ PE

Results so far are in!! There's still time to get out there tonight🚶‍♀️ Well done to English and Yr7 Sparks, Yr8 Barker and Yr9 Joyce! ⭐️ Lots of entries have been coming in since, excellent well done to all those taking part! https://t.co/L0aahgUUML

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Miss H Hennessy 🧚🏼‍♀️

Another one on health, exercise and fitness! Love that you think Mr. Smith is a reliable source, I beg to differ 😉 https://t.co/DT9CXCliMO

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Miss H Hennessy 🧚🏼‍♀️

Received this today on both health and skill related fitness! 2 of them in one go, great job! https://t.co/nCQXDL1niO

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The Johnson Family

We’ve experienced a ray of positivity amongst some of the gloom this afternoon ! She can’t quite believe it’s true.....thank you so much for your continued help, support and encouragement! She’ll love updating you on this exciting journey!

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Miss Viccars

Couldn’t be prouder of J today. Accepted in to the Royal Academy of Dance Ambassador programme! 🙌🏻 ⭐️ what an incredible achievement and very much deserved!

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ESJ Reading Race

To help widen your knowledge in government and politics...📚 https://t.co/y4itqMApsL

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Ms F Clarke

serious contenders for champions of Reading Week with this activity from Ms Rodway, filled with challenge, cultural capital and key vocab! https://t.co/PDGQMBP6yh

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Ms F Clarke

Such an interesting debate! We really are developing critical, moral and forward thinking citizens 🌟 Thank you RE! https://t.co/RrVlltkDSG

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Ms F Clarke

SCIENCE SMASHING READING WEEK🧪 Y11 Class collaboratively completing a guided reading task about Diabetes. Amazing work guys https://t.co/mY5GdvimJy

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Mr Redwood PE

4km run for the lockdown challenge 🙌🏻 PE department should definitely win this one 👏🏻🏃🏻‍♂️ 4km in 25 minutes.. have I got any challengers? my first challenge for Jack! Get your running shoes on 👍🏻 https://t.co/v6DNr1AaQp

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Ms F Clarke

Calling families! Here are some great shows for Geography this week. I know 9 Adams will be watching South Africa with tonight on ITV at 7.30 to do their Reading Races! Tag us in your photos! https://t.co/rIrjjxbuHV

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Ms F Clarke

‘I had so much I wanted to write and I really enjoyed the documentary so I made an A3 poster’ I think that is my favourite quote of Reading Week so far. Reading around the curriculum really does inspire our students! https://t.co/hUKGwuHaGt

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BMAT

BMAT are recruiting additional staff to support the mass testing for COVID19 across our secondary schools in Newham (London), Harlow & Epping (Essex) and Stansted (Essex). Full details and application info: https://t.co/GJjumrMOBP https://t.co/sp3KUgt9K3

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ESJ Reading Race

Day 2 of reading week ! Make sure you are completing your reading race sheets for 10 Ace points 🌟 KEEP READING 📚 https://t.co/6CszMU3v05

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Amanda Bateman-Adams

The puppy took us for a walk 🐾 🐾 Day1 https://t.co/DcpsP7jhqa

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ESJ turns yellow for mental health

ESJ turns yellow for mental health

Posted: 17th November 2020

Our school turned yellow as young minds focused on mental health.

Epping St John’s Church of England School took part in the Hello Yellow themed day, organised by the Young Minds charity.

Students wore yellow and donated £1 to the charity which is raising awareness of young people’s mental health and the support available to them.

They listened to an assembly on the importance of good mental health and were introduced to the pastoral support time, so they know who to turn to when they need support.

Sessions were also held to give students strategies to cope with stress and anxiety, as well as giving them revision techniques to try.

Sarah Viccars, assistant headteacher, said: “Returning to school following lockdown is not easy, whether you are a Year 13 or a Year 7 student, so we felt it important to target all year groups.

“Our whole day was organised based entirely on student feedback – they wanted mental health support, both personally and academically, and they wanted to know where they could get this within the school.

“Whether suffering or not, mental health is discussed openly on social media and students need to be able to understand, empathise and support.

“Students reported feeling more confident in tackling mental health issues and revising as a result of the day.”

The day gave students an opportunity to spend time with their form tutors who they have been missing during the Covid-19 restrictions in schools as staggered starts have meant tutor time has been removed from the timetable.

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